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>> reporter: a police chase leads police over two counties and ends as an elementary school. we'll tell you why one police officer -- at an elementary school. we'll tell you why one police officer fired his gun. >> reporter: we're live in hayward, where an alleged drunk driver knocks down a utility
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pole. we'll tell you how many people are without power and when pg&e will have the power back on. also -- disturbing new information that's about that big fire at a bay area school. the reaction we just got in from one school administrator. "mornings on 2" begins right now. well, good morning to you. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm dave clark. >> good morning. i'm tori campbell. it's friday, september 14th. classes will go on as scheduled at an elementary school where police fired on a suspect last night. claudine wong is in pleasant hill where a car chase from vallejo came to and. good morning, claudine. >> reporter: good morning, tori. kids are starting to show up. you can see the school officials out here just kind of picking up some of the bits and pieces. there are some car parts over there where in car ended up
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pushing down those three poles for fair oaks elementary. those actually are cemented into the ground so if you actually look really close, you can see a crack in the cement just below one of those poles, just from the force of that vehicle hitting and actually -- you can see in this gentleman's hand, the gmc from the truck left behind. i want to give you a look at the scene last night. so you can get a better idea of how all of this ended up. it started over in vallejo but ended when the suspects went down this dead end road, presumably they didn't realize where any were going when they got off the 680 -- where they were going when they got off the 6 -- 680 freeway. we did ask the sergeant. >> officers tried to stop the car. it eluded them. got on the freeway, traveled from vallejo on the freeway,
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60, 70, 80 miles an hour, through the surface streets here through pleasant little. >> reporter: one officer did fire his weapon here at the elementary school when one of the suspects got out of the car. one suspect made a gesture. the officer fired one shot. it did not hit anything. but again, through two counties ending up in pleasant hill. two people behind bars. but this morning school will go on as scheduled. it's this good that he had the poles in place because otherwise who knows where that car would have ended up. claudine wong, ktvu channel 2 news. arson is suspected in antioch at a strip mar fire. it happened around 10:45 last
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night at -- mall fire. it happened around 10:45 last night. the fire then spread to one of the stores. no one was hurt and so far there have been no arrests. firefighters are investigating another fire that happened about a block away. time now, 7:03. well, the power's still out in one part of hayward this morning affect about a dozen houses. it may be hours before it's back on. a van smashed a power pole on campus drive. that knocked over power wires. tara moriarty, you went pout there at 4:30. what's the latest? >> reporter: well, this intersection is going to be blocked all the wait down for about a mile. if you take a look behind me, you can see the pg&e crews are quite busy. it's quite dramatic -- you can see how the wires are snagged into the middle of the roadway there. if we sort of pan to the right, you can see that power pole just playing -- just laying there and it will stay that way
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at 2, 3:00 this afternoon -- 2:00, 3:00 in afternoon. here's what happened, a woman driving a gold minivan crashed into the power pole. the pole fell snagging the fires and knocking out electricity for upwards of homes nearby. witnesses say the woman kept driving after the crash for about 100 yards and stopped in front of a man's home and she did seem a bit oriented. >> i heard pop, pop, pop. no skid marks. and then our power went out. we came outside. and then the people across the street, their car's all smashed up. >> reporter: police don't confirm whether the woman was taken in for a dui. but she was taken into custody we're very close to east elementary school. so do expect delays. back here live you can see there's some environmental
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services truck. these crews were responsible for mopping up some of the oil that leaked from one of the transformers affected. live in hayward, tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 news. 7:05. two east bay cities talking about the possibility of merging their police dispatch service. this is acoring to a -- according to a new report if they did that. besides saving millions of dollars, reportedly, this study says other advantages of consolidation are better suited for dispatchers between the police departments and much more. 7:06. continuing coverage now on the protests overseas as backlash over an anti-muslim film is preding. in egypt police used tear gas from advancing on the u.s. embassy in cairo and a temporary aols wall has been
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constructed to keep -- wall has been constructed to keep protesters out. fire was set to two western fast-food westerns. people were hurt. and in sudan, the germany embassy was attacked and partially blamed. the protesters are now said to be gathered outside of the embassy. in the meantime, libya, four people have been arrested in connection with the attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi. u.s. embassy chris stevens and three other americans were killed in the attack. u.s. warships are headed to the coast of libya and a group of marines has also been deployed. a british newspaper is claiming that the u.s. had early warnings about the attack in libya. we'll get reaction from the obama administration from that when we go live to our washington, d.c. bureau. 7:07. well, service rating for --
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ratings in san francisco, for muni, they had a 57% on-time rating in august. that compares to 53% in march. muni blames this on a shortage of drivers and then they say a number of employees have called in sick lately. let's check in with sal. i heard you mention that normally friday light, kind of not happening. we got off to a bad start. highway 4 is one of them. we had some late-running roadwork in the construction zone in antioch and pittsburgh pittsburg. the roadwork is gone. now the backup is pretty solid from antioch all the way out to concord. on this friday, when some people think you might have a better commute today it's just not. you are wondering why is it so slow? well, it was late running roadwork again.
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it was cleared but it takes a while for these things to unwind. people always ask me when is this gonna be over and my answer to you from caltrans is another three years. let's go out to the bay bridge toll plaza. that's backed upped -- backed up for a 20, 25-minute delay. hayward, 880 south ward, some slowing. this looks kind of friday lightish if you are driving through the valley. let's go to steve. and when is the fourth bore in the caldecott? >> 2014. >> thank you. we have a bigger fog bank. the homicide getting knocked down. a system moving in rather strong. actually northwest, canada, to be honest with you. that's lifted the fog giving us a little bit more of a sea breeze. it was up to 20 miles an hour. it looks like a nice weekend unless you are stuck in the
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fog. this time of year, september can be some of the best weather in the city and on the coast. still dealing with a lot of fog. it's getting late in the fog season. 80s and 90s inland. a few more clouds up towards northern snow na and men doe see -- sonoma and mendocino. west-southwest, 21. so it went from 21, 16, back to 21. that's a sure sign things are picking up. the delta breeze starting to show itself a little bit more today. 80s, 90s inland. 50s, 60s, 70s close to anybody around the water and bay. the system moving into the north will dig out a very deep. that moves in the upper plains for the next 7 to 10 days. high pressure will be here on the west -- west coast. a very quiet pattern. cool, mild to hot.
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i can't find any rain whatsoever all the way out through the end of september for us. usually we get one in september. 60s 70s and 80s. clearlake 93. livermore, 91. they were 96 yesterday. 70 oakland. berkeley 68. martinez, 82. warmer santa clara valley, up against the hills. 50s, 60s on the coast. in the city, south san francisco, san francisco, millbrae, low, mid-70s. atherson and belmont. a little cooler for the temperatures in the weekend. tori and dave? >> thank you, steve. if you are thinking of planning to preorder the new iphone 5, you better hurry up. preorders started overnight and guess what? apple sold out its initial inventory in less than an hour. shipping times are now two weeks. you may have -- you may have
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better luck preordering from verizon or sprint or at&t's websites. the iphone 5 hits the store shelves next friday. if you shop online, today is your last day to do it tax- free. starting tomorrow, online retailer, and other internet companies will start to charge california customers a sale tax. this is supposed to lay -- level the laying -- playing killed for brick and mortar stores and bring in $300 million a year for the state. but there may be another way around it. amazon does not plan to collect tax because of a tax loophole with third parties and that account for about 40% of goods on the site and you are supposed to claim and report anything you buy online. and write the state a check. i don't know how many people do that. >> all right. broken promises. there's new information
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for some, foggy and there's not much sun. for others if you don't have the low cloud deck, there's plenty of sun, it will be warm but not as warm as yesterday. by the coast and bay, still 60s and 70s. there's new questions about whether the u.s. had an early warning about the attack in libya that killed u.s. ambassador chris stevens and three other americans. alison burns will be joining us live from washington, d.c. shortly with an aing report -- alarming report suggesting that the u.s. should have done more.
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anti-american protests have spread to ten regions in north africa and the middle east. we want to show you where demonstrations have occurred in recent days. as we've seen saying the protests are over an online film that riddy calls the prophet muhammad. all right, tori. time, 7:15. japan just announced it will stop using nuclear power within. next 20 years. japan, as you know, still reeling and recovering from last year's quake and tsunami, the one that triggered a meltdown at a nuclear power plant. japan will be focusing more on conservation, sustainable use of physicalil fuels and renewable energies. fearing more disasters, only two are operating right now. the san onofre power plant
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has been shut down since january due to a leak of a tube there. that released some releases of radiation. the plant is between los angeles and san diego. it serves southern orange county and san diego county. we want to go back to alison burns in our washington, d.c. bureau with more on an alarming report suggesting that the u.s. may have known ahead of time about the attack in libya. allison? >> reporter: david petraeus is briefing members of the intelligence committee here. so far, he's made no comments to the press. "the independent" is reporting that u.s. officials knew 48 hours in advance of the libya attack that american diplomats overseas could be targeted and did nothing about it. four americans, including ambassador, chris stevens, were killed in the strike on the u.s. consulate in benghazi.
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"the independent" reports that there were orders to. >> to -- orders to go on high alert even though they that -- they knew there was a possibility of this. >> we knew for several months that things in ben ga zip were not going -- benghazi were not going well, so it's unfortunate the folks were able to breaks through the way te did. >> reporter: we're trying to confirm the -- to confirm the reports. reporting live from alison burns, ktvu channel 2 news. 7:18. there's new information this morning surrounding the chevron refinery fire in richmond last month.
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the city and air regulators are now saying that six air monitoring stations that chevron agreed to install in 2010 were not put in place. officials say it caused slow warnings about the dangers of pollutants from the fire. the company claims there was not a defined schedule saying exactly when that equipment needed to be installed. new this morning, the state public utilities commission says there are dozens of miles of unsafe pipes under the streets of san francisco and the department of public works bans underneath work in 3,000 road segments in the city. according to" the examiner "-- according to the" examiner "pg&e was told they could
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replace the pipelines. 7:19. we may find out today how government spending cuts will affect the military and other budgets. the white house is expected to send a report to congress. it will give details about what programs will be cut at the beginning of the year. right now, the u.s. is facing a $1.2 trillion deficit. no even though a government shutdown has been avoided for now, lawmakers still have a lot of work to do when they come back to washingtonard the elections. yesterday, the house passed a six-month spending bill to keep things running past the end of the year. but they are still facing a one- two punch of both tax hikes and bucket cuts -- budget cuts. happening now, president obama and the first lady, there's joe biden. they are at the white house welcoming the american athletes back home from the olympics and
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the pair olympic games -- paralympics. this is a live picture. while michael phelps is not there, several athletes from the area are there. maggie and jessica stephens are there. these are live pictures from the white house. just wanted to take you there. 7:20. a woman critically injured in a deadly accident in walnut creek is making progress in her recovery. there's a member on the sidewalk on north main street where she and her mother-in-law were hit by a pickup truck last saturday evening. the mother-in-law, 52-year-old sherry hicks, visiting from santa barbara did not survive. the driver of that truck, 53- year-old hussein fabrizi, is out of jail. he's not been charged with a crime yet. although place say that could still help.
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a pleasanton woman has lost -- has lost her battle with leukemia. she made this youtube video to have people sign up for donors. she died on september 11th, six days after receiving a transplant. 7:21. well, the last full weekend of summertime, straight ahead, looking out our window, that's what we look right now. steve's coming back. he will tell us if we can expect it to be real hot or if it can cool down. tree maintenance in san francisco. why one san francisco supervisor believeps the city is not doing enough. northbound 280 traffic. it looks like it's busy now getting into the west valley. we'll tell you more about the friday morning drive to work.
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last night a black bear wandered into a quiet los angeles neighborhood checking out swimming pools. it's on the steps there, drinking a little water there. this is in granada hills. several people saw the bear, called the police. the police came, blocked off the area, and then they finally chased the bear around until he headed back up into the hills. a san francisco supervisor is rethinking the city's plan for tree maintenance. in an attempt to save costs, san francisco is passing the responsibility of maintaining 110,000 trees across the city to property owners. but the "examiner" reports that scott wiener should do more, the city believes. funding could come from a parcel tax between $60 to $90 a
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year. it's reported that the are gonna be pruned ofry -- every 50 years. let's check in with sal. >> how is traffic today? >> there will be some adjectives used today. atrocious would be one of them. out to the bay bridge toll plaza we go, it's backed up for about a 25-minute delay. it's backed up beyond the 880 overcrossing to the maze and in the santa clara valley, i think we have a better commute here. let's go to steve? >> thank you, sir. a little bigger fog bank. a lot of high clouds, low clouds and hazy sun. so temperatures, it looks like the sea breeze picking up
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double what if was. inland temperatures will come down. more of those are up towards the north bay than everywhere else. it looks like about san francisco, oakland, concord, north, more so than south or east. 50s to near 60 degrees. overnight lows are running cool he. there's a delta breeze. i think travis was about 6, 7 miles an hour. that's a big jump. a lot of low clouds and fog in place. high pressure getting knocked down a little bit. the end result is high pressure is going to replace it into the great lakes and the northeast for a very fall-like system, even though we're technically still into summer. cool for some. warm to hot for others. i think we'll bring temperatures down a couple of degrees and little cooler an then subtle changes early next
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week. thank you, steve. 7:27. students are being warm -- are being warned about -- are being warned about an attack on san jose hate. >> reporter: and we're learning more information about a fire that gutted a classroom and offices here at a menlo park school. what investigators say is missing from the school and why school officials tell us the children are still safe.
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7:30. menlo fire investigators say a school that caught fire yesterday did not have fire alarms or sprinkler systems. lorraine blanco is live with more on why the school says the students there are safe. lorraine? >> reporter: well, school officials say they have alarms in place. they can go off when students and staff are pleasant. they just don't have monitored alarms overnight when the fire happens. right now, you can see the excavator is back, that huge piece of equipment so administrators can pick through the damage and meet through insurance agents here. the fire started just before 4:00 a.m. yesterday. it took it three hours to get it under control. these kinds of modular buildings protesters meant to be temporary structure us so they are not required to have
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sprinkler systems. the direct give -- executive director said they've been raising money to build more perm structures in place but until they have that, the -- more permanent structures in place. >> these are older buildings. the alarms and sprinkler systems were not required when we put them in. the classrooms are small. the rooms have two exits. >> reporter: and the fire department think the flames started near the stove. the school plans to reopen on monday. in the meantime, the nonprofit school could use some help.
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we'll have more on that coming up in the:00 hour. lorraine blanco, ktvu channel 2 news. >> 7:32. san jose state is warning students after a gang of thugs attacked a man and tried to rob him on campus. it happened early this morning at 1:15. the victim was walking near the student union. he told the group four or five men came up to him and demanded -- demanded money. he said the suspects were african-american in their early 20s and dressed in all black. 7:33. more coverage of the protests overseas this morning. u.s. marines have been sent to yemen now to deal with the aftermath of the attack hon the u.s. embassy -- on the u.s. embassy. look at this. security officials built this makeshift wall to keep the demonstrators away. large demonstrations also
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happening in iran, near the swiss embassy. four people have been arrested in libya. u.s. ambassador chris stevens and three other americans were killed in that attack. american war shops are headed to the coast of linnia and marines have been deployed there as well. we're getting new details about the three other americans who were killed in libya. two were u.s. navy s.e.a.l.s who lived in san jose county tyrone woods -- county. tyrone woods and glen doherty. they were providing security. shawn smith was also killed. new this morning, two earthquakes shook eureka about three hours ago. the 3.2 magnitude and 4.5 magnitude earthquakes hit within four minutes of each other. so fare there have been -- so
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far, there have been no reports of injuries. the space shuttle "endeavour" will fly next week -- fly over the bay area next thursday. it will pass by lap marks as well as the nasa aims research center. 28,000 car tons of cantaloupes are being recalled because of -- 28,000 cartons of cantaloupes are being recalled. they are sold by dfi marketing. so far no reports of illnesses. the state they were -- they were sold between august 27th and september 10th. residents in about 500 homes in morgan hill, you are
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being asked to boil your watt ther morning, the -- water this morning. on officials say some of the water already in the system may well have backflowed back into the drinking water supply. 7:35. the fate of suspended sheriff ross mirkarimi should be decided in the next month. the city's ethics commission rejected his request to delay proceedings until after the november 6th election. he's concerned about the public and political pressures facing five supervisors running for reelection. the commission stay official inquiry goes to the board on tuesday. the supervisors will have 30 days to decide if he should keep his job after his domestic violence incident involving his wife. the investigation into an oakland hills fire continues there at a house there. it happened on norfolk road around 6:00 last night.
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firefighters say the fire started in the basement. neighbors are worried because their homes were built and destroyed in the oakland hills fire. a homeowner said he's grateful no one was home at the time. >> all my kids are safe, all four animals are safe. nothing else matters quite frankly. >> firefighters say the fire was difficult to flight because the flames made their way into the walls and were hard to say. p took them about an hour and a half to put them out. police in pittsburg out there looking into reports of a shooting that happened overnight. it happened at the clark's manor amounts on east leland road according to the contra costa "times." we haven't heard of anybody being shoot. this follows another shooting. an 18-year-old was shot and kill while filming a rap video in a san francisco park.
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police say this man allegedly hired someone to kill his wife. the detectives set up an undercover sting operation. they did make an arrest on him on wednesday after he allegedly paid cash. he's facing charges of solicitation of murder. 7:37. four people are dead. eight others are injured after a horrific crash in las vegas. police say a driver lost control and slammed into a bus stop number of people yesterday morning. three women and one man were killed at the scene. the 24-year-old driver is one of the people seriously injured. police say he was drunk and there are reports he may have been going up to 100 miles per hour. a bicyclist accused of kit hitting and -- of hitting and killing a pedestrian this year is scheduled to appear in court
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this morning. police say he hit a 17-year-old on market and castro street? march. police say the pedestrian was crossing in the crosswalk with a green light when he was hit. the driver is facing felony vehicular manslaughter charges. 7:38. happening right now in san francisco, more runners are getting ready to take off for a 24-relay race. we're out there live. here's some of the people getting ready. live pictures from the second annual race. a lot of people out there, too. the first teams left from the marina green park at 5:00 a.m. those teams will keep leaving until about 4:00. >> the prun, believe it or not, is 200 miles. it will end in calistoga. >> one of the reasons we're here is because the bay area is one of the best running areas in the nation. >> this year the money is being
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raised for the san francisco police activities league, which has programs designed to keep kids active in sports and encourage them. a lot of hugs going on in there. >> good for them. less check in with sal castanedo and see what's going on in contra costa county. sal? mic, sal? not sure we can hear you now. >> i'm not sure he can hear you. >> he has to find stuff. something is going on in contra costa county. i think steve is in place if we want to check the weather forecast. >> i hope so. >> hey, steve. >> very good morning. a lot of low clouds and fog. a little bit more today. also some high clouds up there hazy and humid. temperatures today will come down. high pressure, though, it flexed its muscle yesterday. it didn't matter on the coast.
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usually by this time of year, the coast -- the city warms up. that's when summer arrives, no sign of that any time soon. there was one forecast model on it hinting of that. there's some -- fair skies inland with 80s and 90s. most of these look to be about san francisco, oakland, concord, north. more towards mendocino county and also napa. 52 to 60. that 60 is holding on at on -- on at antioch. a little bit cool. concord, fairfield, down about 4 degrees compared to yesterday. necessary a much stronger sea breeze. today is a big jump. most locations stay calm because we have cloudy skies. west at 8 at sfo.
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50s, os and then we'll find -- 60s and then we'll find 70s and then some 80s. overall, we are looking for sinking air. in anything we'll see the temperature spread. i think some areas mr. continue to cool down. you will see some of that today. 60s, 70s, most of the bay will be in on that kind of a pattern today. same for the peninsula, palo alto, atherton, 70, 74. 559 daly city. it's a -- 59 daly city. it looks like kind of a quiet pattern monday/tuesday. >> thank you, steve.
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7:42. the fire chief is at the white house this morning. the item he created that could help fire stations all over the country. skating on thin ice. will the national hockey league be able to reach an agreement before the rapidly-approaching deadline.
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there was a stall eastbound mup toward the bridge. you might be able too see it eastbound over there on the left. but the problem is traffic on the right side, the westbound side is slowing it take a -- to take a look at what's going on.
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that's why the bridge is slow. give yourself extra time -- give yourself extra time. the federal reserve stepped in to help the economy. taking a live look at the big board, the dow continuing to go up, up 71 right now, at 13,610. nasdaq is up 34. subpoena up 12. 7:46 nintendo says it will release a new wii game console in a few months. it's called the wiiu . it will
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launch on -- wii-u. it will launch and start at $300,000. polty homes of michigan wants to build a 73-home development in orinda. the homes will be located on a ten-acre site north of highway 24. they say they hope the homes will be available next year. 7:46. right now, the san ramon valley fire chief is at the white house. he's talking about a smartphone app he helped create. fire chief richard pryce is one of the presenters at the safety palooza. it will alert users if there is a medical emergency nearby. people who are certified in cpr can now help out. this is being used -- being used by seven departments and
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34 more are thinking about launching their own versions. mitt romney talking more about the crisis in the middle east as he and president obama offer their views on foreign relations. >> as we watch the world today, sometimes it seems that we're at the mercy of events instead of shaping events. >> i want people around the world to hear me to all of those who would do us harm, no acts of terror will go unpunished. it will not dim the light -- >> the presidential candidates are due to debate on october 22nd. that's two weeks before the elections. it's the second plea this week from an american a.i.d.s. worker kidnapped by -- american aide worker dipped by al qaeda. >> i would make an a -- kidnapped by al qaeda. >> i would make an appeal to the republican candidate to see if they will work to put pressure on president obama --
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>> he seemed to help mitt romney for help about negotiating his release. earlier he asked benjamin netanyahu for help. he was abducted in pakistan a year ago. negotiators -- negotiators spent all day yesterday trying to reach an agreement and end a strike. the school district says the two sides have made progress on teacher evaluations which is one of the main sticking points. the union president says she hopes students can be back in class on monday. and harvard's president said more than 100 students may -- may have shared answers on an open-book take-home final. 200 have withdrawn in the wake
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of the scandal. harvard's president insists compromises will be made in the athletic success. city officials are saying 44% of san francisco middle schoolers were bullied last year. about 3,000 students watched a documentary called bullying. ed lee was there, too. >> the emotional scars are left -- left for these kids are for a whole generation. they can't stand it. now that document menry, bully, it will be shown to 35,000 students in san francisco during the course of the school year. ten minutes before 8:00, the upcoming nhl season is on thin ice as the league prepares
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for a lockdown. team team owners will lockout the players if they can't reach a new labor deal by tomorrow night. the owners want a greater percentage of the revenue. the players offered something but the owners say it's not enough. sports team week is coming a close. tonight, mayor jean quan will be at the as game. a fund-raiser was held to keep the teams in oakland. the money raised will go to stadium construction and community projects. san francisco gets a generous grant. how that money is supposed to help dozens of homeless families. another photo scandal for the british royal family. this time is involves the duchess of cambridge.
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-- the duchess dutche -- the dutchess of came bridge. that call the bay area home. whether it's helping a nonprofit provide safe, affordable housing within the city, supporting an organization that's helping kids find jobs and stay in school,
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or financing the expansion of a local company that's creating healthier workplaces, what's important to the people of the bay area is important to us. and we're proud to work with all those who are making our communities stronger.
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dangerous situation in miami, florida. this burning electrical fire fell down and it started to burn things near some businesses yesterday. the road was blocked off and that car had to back away very, very carefully until the power was disconnected. luckily, no one was hurt. power lines fell down in the east bay overnight right here. coming up in about 90 minutes, you will get a live report from hayward. we'll tell you what happened here and why at least a dozen homes are still in the dark this morning. 7:54. a french magazine has published topless photos of kate middleton, the duchess of cambridge. the pictures were taken when  she was on vacation with her husband and they are touring asia. the couple is not happy their privacy was invaded. san francisco is getting a $5 million grant that could help up to 160 homeless families.
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the money will be allocated over the next five years. it will go towards employment and drug counseling and other programs to help homeless families stay together in stable housing. the grants are from the federal government and private donations. 7:54. back to sal. not so light on this friday morning, huh? >> remember when we used to have the commute. today is not one of them. you will see a backup approaching the car key knees bridge. bill, thank you for that tweet. i always like your tweets. slow traffic to central san rafael. if you are driving to, let's say, highway 4, the whole thing has been messy because of an earlier commute delay because of construction. construction has been picked up. let's go to the toll plaza.
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i want to mention an accident on highway 25 in the gilroy area. there is a crash there that's closed highway 25 in this area. we'll tell you -- it's highway 25 at bloomfield avenue. a six-car crash. it's a fatal crash. let's go to steve. thank you, sir and if you have weather information -- sir. and if you have weather information, twitter is great. a lot of low clouds coming in. i've not heard from bubba the tortoise -- or porter, the chocolate lab in el sobrante. temperatures will cool down about 2, 4 degrees today. so far on the lows. that's a pretty big fog bank there. west-southwest 21. travis. that's a howling message it will be cooler. system moving into the pacific
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northwest is kind of chopping off the top of the bridge. temperatures ta, i mean, they are all over the place. 50s, 60s by the beaches. still a few 90s holding on. i think they come down about 3, 5 degrees. the highs will continue to do so over the weekend. tori and dave? >> thank you, steve. 7:56. well, not really quiet in the might. breaking news. we've just gotten word a large cloud of black smoke has risen across the u.s. embassy in tunisia. and black here at home, flames at a strip mall. what happened overnight that's prompted an arson investigation. we're live in hayward where a driver crashes into a utility pole. we'll tell you how many people are proud -- are without power. two suspects lead us on a chase that go through two counties ending up at an elementary school. 3q
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it's friday, september 14th. we have breaking news right now come out -- out of the middle east. an angry mob has just broken into the u.s. embassy in tunisia. reportedly, they've taken down the american flag and now a large cloud of black smoke can be seen coming out of the embassy. police have responded. gunfire can be heard. tear gas can be heard as well. police used tear gas here from cairo, egypt. a temporary wall -- wall has been built now. in lebanon, police reportedly shot and killed a protester -- protester who set fire to two fast-food restaurants. four people have been arrested in the attack committed on libya at the u.s.
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consulate. u.s. warships are headed to the coast of libya and the marines have been sent as well. there is a report from a british newspaper this morning that claims the united states had early warnings about the attacks in libya. coming up at 8:15, we'll bring you reaction from the obama administration. we'll give you a live report from washington, d.c. coming up 0 8:4 -- coming up on 8:01. investigators are examining the damage left behind at fair oaks elementary. we're live where the high-speed chase ended in had gunfire. quite a bit of drama there. claudine wong has more. claudine? >> reporter: all of the drama is over. you can see the damage that's left behind. if you take a look at those poles in this round-about area, you can see the gates closed.
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there was no one here and no one on campus but certainly it did cause some damage. i want to show you the scene so you can get a good look at how this all came down. this car was chased by vallejo police, ended up in front of this yard. the two suspects tried to get away. the police officer -- the police officers actually tried to stop this car in vallejo about 20-plus miles away. we just talked to one neighbor and she told us what she heard. there was like a bunch of cop cars. a car came speeding pass and i heard gunshots and at least 10, 12 of them. >> reporter: the sergeant on scene told us she heard a gunshot because one shot was fired by a police officer. he says after this car came to a stop, the two suspects got out and that's when en-- that's when he said one of the suspects made a gesture. here is him explaining why that
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officer fired his gun. >> crashed into the protective pole. officers took the individuals in custody. >> individual or -- >> there were two in the car. there were two male cars -- there were two males. >> reporter: back here live where school is getting underway. the bell rang at 8:00 this morning. this was a stop that started over drugs and weapons. and we are told that they did recover some drugs but as far as we know, no weapon has been recovered. that investigation is still ongoing. live here in pleasanton, claudine wong, ktvu channel 2 news. 8:03. arson suspected in antioch after a strip mall fire overnight. it happened around 10:45 on l street and sycamore drive.
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firefighters think someone torched this rope, trees behind the stores. the flames spread to one of the doors -- to one of the stores. a van crashed into a power pole at 1:00 this morning on campus drive. tara moriarty has been on the scene since 4:00 this morning. are the roads still closed there as well? >> reporter: they sure are, and they should remain about that way until 2:00, 3:00. we're here on campus drive. if you take a look behind me here, it's a pretty dramatic scene. the pole that they are attached to completely toppled. around 1:00 this morning, a woman driving a gold minivan crashed into the utility pole, it fell snagging some high- voltage wires and knocking out twice to about 1 to -- to about
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12 to 20 homes nearby. the woman says she kept driving disoriented but she did stop. >> police would not confirm if the woman was arrested for dui but she was taken into custody. we're about one block from the cal university and close to some bus stops. as far pass the cost of the damage, one work estimates it will run at least $15,000, a pretty large restitution fee for the driver to pay. you can see the traffic lights are not working obviously because of the power outage. there have been some signs that the police just placed at the enof this treatment letting folks know that this intersection was shut down so there wouldn't be a traffic jam. we're looking at 2:00, 3:00 in the afternoon before campus is fully open again.
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live in hayward, i'm tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 news. a search continues now for a purse snatcher in san mateo county. it happened last friday at the baklava restaurant. police say the thief reached from an open window and stole a woman's purse on the back of a chair. he took off running, put the purse in a car and then ran. he was arrested. now they are going after the vehicle. chick-fil-a is scheduled to open 5th. there is a -- open october 25th. there is a peaceful protest planned. it's aimed at the president's comments opposing gay marriage.
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sal, you can help the folks around the toll plaza? >> i can, dave. i can mention it's backed up for about 20, 25 minutes. it does seem like it's improving a little bit. i can tell by looking at that -- it looks like maybe 9:00 we'll see some improvement getting into the city. also we're looking at the freeway, 880 northbound. the traffic is moderate avenue. a little heavy because of a
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stalled vehicle. let's go it steve. it looks like it's gonna be a cool day. and i would agree towards redwood shores, foster city. you might be by tomorrow and a lot of high clouds filter in as well. there is a no-doubt-about-it delta breeze. it looks like a nice weekend. there's no extreme unless there is a hiccup in the forecast
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models. there's already frost advisories out. really strong cool system out here but nothing much here. 62 in antioch. that's one of the warmest. there's a lot of fog out there. west-southwest over 20. a lot of low clouds around. some delays at sfo. we will see 80s for many or very, very low os -- 90s now. not as warm as yesterday. by the coast, it's been a tough, tough coast to get some sun there. it's been very gray and very cool. i don't see much change. we'll be sitting here very quiet pattern. usually we get a north- northeast wind in september, even our first rain, that's not usual to show up. barm inland, but not as hot as
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yesterday. but -- warm inland, but not as hot as yesterday. it can be a soft 89, if you will. 80 for novato. 77 petaluma. 77 san rafael. 67 alameda, berkeley, 68. some low 90s. at least for one more day and limp. but the temperature trend is to bring it down. redwood city is 6. a little cooler inland on saturday and into sunday. ven -- then very, very quiet. 8:10. the san francisco giants have just 19 games left in the regular season. all of those games are against div voice foes. the -- division foes. the giants lead seven games over the dodgers. tonight they begin a three-
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pretty big fog bank. mostly sunny inland. higher clouds to the north. it looks cooler. 60s 70s. coming up at 8:15, breaking news from overseas. these are live pits from the north african country of tunisia, where an angry moon has -- mob has stormed the embassy. a cloud of black smoke can be seen coming from the embassy. this picture shows a lot of cray cuss -- chaos. people are lying on the ground to take cover. police have veeeneded -- have
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responded to this. and gunfire and tear gas can be heard. there are also demonstrations taking place in egypt, sudan, india and yemen and lebanon. police reportedly shot and killed a demonstrator there. all of this over a video. protesters are angry about an amateur film by a california man attacking the prophet muhammad. 8:15. there's security at american embassies, as you can imagine, that's being tightened and reviewed because of all of the violence happening in the middle east. alison burns is live in our washington, d.c. roam with the details of the report that claims the u.s. should have done more to protect diplomats. >> reporter: cia director, david petraeus, briefed members of the house intelligence commitee this morning. the british newspaper, the "--" independence "is report -- the british newspaper" the independent "is reporting that the u.s. knew 48 hours that
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u.s. diplomats could be targeted and did nothing about it. four ambassadors were killed. we talked to a senior member of the senate intelligence committee who want as tougher look at security overall for u.s. diplomats abroad. >> i hope that america learn as lesson from this and the administration certainly learns a lesson that we have to be on our guard 24/7 and here, who knows? the facts will show whether we were or were not. we are still trying to confirm this report this morning with the u.s. state department, the chairman of the house homeland security committee is quoted this morning as saying there was no advance warning of that libya attack. reporting live from alison burns, ktvu channel 2 news. 8:17, mitt romney continues
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to step up his criticism of president obama's handling of the middle east crisis. however, his statements are not as hard as the comments he made earlier this week which many are calling a blunder by romney. we're gonna talk live with our reporter jamie dupree about this war of words about the attacks. that's coming up for you at 8:30. 8:17. a fund-raiser will be held this weekend for a soldier from petaluma. he lost his hands and is currently undergoing treatment at walter reed. the fund-raiser for him begins fat -- begins at 10:00 a.m. at the fryar tubs pub. a fallen chp officer was hailed as a hero and a loving father to his children.
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[bagpipes] >> law enforcement from across the country packed the vacaville mission church to remember officer kenyon youngstrom. people attending a two-hour -- the two-hour serviced -- included state attorney general ka him law harris and governor jerry brown and the speakers included his niece and son. >> he we loved his smile. he loved making -- making people smile. >> this isn't the end. i get to see that smiling face and that goofmy laugh. we get to -- goofy laugh. we get to see it all in heaven. >> officer youngstrom was gunned down during a traffic stop in alamo. his partner killed the gunman. during yesterday's service, the youngstrom -- the partner called youngstrom a brother.
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there's been a ninth case of the hantavirus in yosemite. we can tell you that victim has recovered. since the middle of june, three people have died from the hantavirus. well, on a lighter note, there's a new world record holter for the world's tallest dog. this is -- tori, look. >> wow. >> taller than the kitchen sink. >> this is zeuss, a 3-year-old great dane from michigan. he's 7 -- he's 7'4". he was about 133 pounds. goes through a 130-pound of dog food every two weeks. the other record older was also a great dane. >> looks like a small horse. a san francisco firefighter is fighting for her life.
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>> you know when people say there is a roller coaster of emotions, it feels more like a hurricane. the life-threatening illness she has and why she's fighting over sick pay. good morning. northbound 8 0, you can see traffic is -- 880 you can see traffic is moderate lit busy. another traffic update and a complete look at your weekend forecast is straight ahead. [ female announcer ] pillsbury crescents on their own are wonderful ...but add some ham and cheese ...roll them up in some crescent dough and tada, thursday is now... a ham & cheese crescent roll-up wonder pillsbury crescents, let the making begin.
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firefighters help save lives every day. one san francisco firefighter is trying to save her own. but it's coming with the big fight. about six months ago, jenette rivera was diagnosed with breast cancer. show says she's -- breast cancer. she's out of sick leave and is using savings to support her children. she says half of the department is willing to donate sick time but a request was denied by the city claiming it's not a life- threatening illness. so she was forced to go back to work just days before having surgery. >> if it doesn't get taken care of, it can kill me. this is all about fighting. that's what we have to do, fight, fight so i can get my paycheck. >> we contacted the department of public health and they told us they are not allowed to address personnel matters and she does plan to a -- plan to
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appeal the decision. let's go to sal. a lot of things happening in our commute. >> we've had kind of a busy morning this morning all over the place. traffic is backed up all the way out to candlestick park on the bayshore freeway. you may want to think about using 280 slowing into san francisco but it's more of a typical slowdown rather than a big slowdown because of a crash i want to move the maps to the hayward area. we've had traffic that's improved on 880 southbound. it's a little bit slow into fremont. let's look at the bay bridge. it's also improved. it's backed up for maybe a five- minute delay.
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>> this is near gilroy. a lot of people use highway 25 to get in and out of san bonito county. this is closed. you are gonna have to use the pass to use an alternate. it will be until 9:00. 8:25. let's go to steve. happy friday, everybody. we do have a bigger fog bank that's actually lifted some of that fog and delays at sfo for about an hour. really it's the delta breeze. also some higher clouds. there's a couple of things going on. i'm trying to make something out of too much.
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>> west-southwest at 0. travis is definitely in the cooler direction. really strong system moving into the pacific northwest. that's knocking down the high. nothing -- fog, sun, mild to warm. one more day of hot. i think inland areas come down 2 to 4 degrees. we'll continue that theme into the weekend. amazingly quiet on the west coast. it looks like we settle in, we're not going to change much next week. it's quiet in weather. but we have breaking news. a bomb threat just minutes ago, targeting a major u.s. university. it's led to an evacuation. >> reporter: we're live in menlo park where beechwood school is literally picking up pieces. we'll have the latest on the investigation.
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...that's why we got a subaru. love wherever the road takes you. breaking news upon -- breaking news. all of the buildings on the university of texas have been evacuated. someone called the university and claim ed was with al qaeda and there were bombs on the campus and the bombs would go off in 90 minutes. the call came in about two hours ago. the university says no bombs have been found. we're gonna keep an eye on this, see all of the latest developments. we'll bring you details as we get them into the newsroom. back here at home, we have new information now about the fire, the big fire yesterday that broke out in menlo park at an elementary school. >> lorraine blanco just got off
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the phone with the menlo fire chief. what did the chief say? >> well, the fire chief says the last monitored system here delayed the -- the plan is to open classes here on monday. the director of the california family location tells me they've been raising money to build more permanent structures. but until they have all of the funds they needs the trailers are safe and alarms -- and alarmed when it's important. >> the noise gets everybody out. they march out.
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they have designated plates to go. the teachers know to grab the role sheet that's right by the i do so they can check that every child that's with them. we have carefully done that. the damage is estimated close to 400,000 back out here live in the meantime, the nonprofit schools could use some help especially third-grade books and supplies. we're told the palo alto school has already contacted beechwood. right now they are looking for someone that could help donate some chairs. reporting live in menlo park. lorraine blanco, ktvu channel 2 cut. andty okay police are reminding parents to watch their children after a recent
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incident. girl told police a man tried to lure her into his car. it happened thursday afternoon front of deer valley high school on lone tree way. police are investigating the incident and talking to the man but no arrests have been made. a hear something scheduled to begin for a san jose man suspected of killing a -- suspected of using a sword to kill a homeless woman. she's accused of stabbing the woman outside a wall green's pharmacy last noon -- last month. police say reynolds has a criminal record, including a evacuation for -- including a convick shin for rob -- conviction for robbery. police are trying to break up the angry mobs out in tunisia whoer to down the --
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who tore down the american flag and replaced it with a black flag. protesters also targeted the german embassy in sudan and in labor ba none, one protesters was killed during a clash with police. in the meantime, four people have been arrested in connection with the attack on the u.s. embassy in libya. chris stevenses an three other childrens -- chris stevens and three other americans were killed in the -- were killed in the attack. we've heard strong words from president obama contelling the attack that killed four americans in libya and mit rot -- mitt romney continues to pressure the president. jamie dupree has more. >> reporter: it almost feels like the longer that these protests going on, maybe the
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more support right mitt romney getting that the white house has been underprepared for the protests. charges that democrats are very pleased and have pushed back and issue strong criticism about romney. we don't know what this will do in changing the race for the white house. it's a reminder that whenever we think the rules are for the race, i guess the sort of read from her, not having 20/20 hind sight. it thrusts -- >> so which party would benefit from that if foreign policy stays in the foreconfront? -- in the forefront? >> reporter: mitt romney took a lot of flack for his comments the other day najaf, florida.
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a -- in jacksonville, florida. a number of people who were against him but now jumping on board with him. the white house has pushed back very hard as have a number of democrats in the congress against romney really slamming him on that. you know, it's one of those things where you just never know how it's gonna play. what republicans would love to do is paint president obama as jimmy carter version 2012, basically. you will hear a lot of that in the days ahead. >> any impact month polls? has -- any impact on the poms. >> has hear -- on the -- any impact on the polls? >> i don't know but some of the polling has showed continuing boost for the president especially in some swing
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states. in places like ohio and florida. there have been other polls out there that have shown a little bitter -- better for mitt romney. when you look at the swing states there is an edge in each one of them. so he's sitting very well right now. i would say we'll need to look at things in about a week, week and a half. that way we'll be past the conventions and sort of get a better idea. foreign policy is sort of an odd one. a lot of voters are just not tuned in. that's why i think yesterday you heard mott talk a lot about the economy. interesting. >> yammy dupre joins us live from washington. >> you can find a link to the insider blog on the website. go to pulls down the news menu bar and go to the politics page. 8:37. tensions rise between christians and muslims, pope benedict xvi is in will be bau
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no. in -- in lebanon. this is his fourth trip to the middle east. now, this is a ceremony at saint palm's basilica -- st. paul's ba civil law. while analysts don't think the pope will -- basilica. while analysts don't think he will talk about the uprise in the middle east, he is expected to talk about christianty. 8:38. happening now in san francisco, more runners are getting ready to take off for a 24-hour relay race. this is a live picture from the second annual ragnar napa race. the first teams left from the park at 5:00 a.m. the teams will continue to leave until 4:00. the run is 200 miles and will end in cal law so ga. in year money is -- calistoga.
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this year, the money raised is going for a program to keep kids active with sports. >> very colorful. >> yes. hey, sal, you are watching the south bay. what are they doing? >> you know, it's going to be very slow in some of the areas. and also, it will be very slow on some of the feederways to the freeways. let's take a look at 280. that's improved quite a bit getting up to highway 17. we didn't have the huge delays into this part of the bay today. but some other parts made up for it. this is a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. that's backed up. no major problems here driving into the city. if you are driving in hayward, union city and fremont, will see traffic moving along nicely. this morning's commute has been nice from hayward to fremont and then you will see some slow
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traffic. let's go to steve. >> thank you. happy friday. it looks cool here. that and remarkably quiet. i don't see anything. it's my ilk i looked to -- there's nothing, no rain in thele end of the month. a frost advisory is already out for mon can na, idaho, wyoming. high pressure that built in yesterday, it looks like it's backing off a little bit. we're seeing huge temperature differences. 60s, and 70s. a lot of 50s and 60s. reason being the system is moving into the north which is the leading edge of the system that will -- system that will drop in the plains. 50s or very slow 60s. temperatures seem to be stuck and for good reason. there is a bigger fog bank and
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a stronger sea -- sea breeze. these are all cooler directions on the wind. it looks like they will settle in on friday and saturday -- on saturday and sunday. there's -- i looked out ten days. fog -- fog for many. there's no doubt about a strong sea breeze today. i think a few areas. livermore with 96. we'll go 91 today. 78 santa rosa. 62 in the city. a cool, cool week. a little cooler as we go into saturday, level off on sunday, and subtle day-to-day changes. 8:41. an 11-year-old boy is in juvenile hall in elk grove accused of assaulting his disabled mother. his say he beat his 51-year-old mother with an extension cord? prosecutors say he appears to be the primary care giver preparing her meals and doing laundry, police say the mother's injuries were so
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severe, she had to be put in the hospital. >> apparently this abuse has been going on for a longer period of time than the person reported the thought and so we do have an active investigation. it's not clear at this point, how the child became the primary caregiver for his mother. authorities say another person took care of the woman from time to time. nineteen minutes before 9:00. we told you earlier the university of texas was evacuated by a bomb threat. now a second school is doing the same thing. also, we have late-breaking developments, the crisis in the middle east. look at the video, the new violence targeting the united states just happened in the past couple of hours. and san ramon valley's fire chief is in washington, d.c. at the white house. [ female announcer ] this is the story of eves.
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another college campus has been evacuated after a bomb threat. north dakota state university
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order the all -- this comes after the texas of -- after the university of texas was evacuated. the acre in the middle east, over the -- the anker over that controversial movie keeps growing. protesters in tunisia and the german embassy in sudan. later this morning, the remains of u.s. ambassador chris stevens and three other americans killed in the attack on the libyan consulate, they will be brought home to the
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u.s. president obama and secretary of state hillary clinton will be there for the transfer of remains ceremony. that's at 11:15 our time. it takes place at joint andrew -- joint andrews base. four people have been arrested in connection with the attack on the. they certainly noticed damages here when they came into school this morning. take a look. this is where the car ended up. actually, these metal barriers an the concrete got pulled up from the ground. keep in mind when this happened, the school was empty. there are these dates that were actually closed. they were closed when we got here this morning closed so no
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one can get through. if you are not familiar with lisa lang, where in school is located, you might not notice where it is. it looks like a straightaway but when you get to fair oaks elementary, you are not going further and that's when the suspects found out quickly last night. it may have caught them offguard. the chase started about 7:45 last night. police say detectives in vallejo have investigated and threed to pull the vehicle over -- tried to pull it over and that vehicle got on the freeway and they chase it through three counties. police say they were going in speeds in excess of 80 miles an hour. >> there was just like a lunch of -- bunch of cop cars feeding past. i heard guts and the police -- i heard gunshots, like 10, 12 of them. >> police say once the car
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crash. police say one officer fired a shot. the two people in the car were taken into custody. this morning, the prince pam said the parents dropping off their kids have been wondering. we have a school manager system that we can put out the call and we're getting people know that we can come and we're safe. i think most people don't know about it but as they are innerring they are having questions. we're letting people know we're open and there's no concern. >> reporter: all of this started because of that ongoing investigation we talked about. public reports say it's drug and weapons related. again, that all continues with those two men inside the vehicle in custody this morning. but again, back out here live at fair oaks elementary school, they did put some caution tape up around the affected area. it doesn't affect the day-to-
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day operations and kids are in school as usual. claudine wong, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. happening now, the san ramon valley fire chief is at the white house talking about a smartphone app that he helped create. he helped create the app that alerts users if there's an emergency nearby so people certified in cpr can help. it's now used by sevenp departments and -- seven departments and 35 others are looking to use -- to use it. reports include an alert issued before last year's shutdown of west coast ports according to a bay area news group. the aclu wants access to more documents but the fbi is refusing to release them fighting security concerns.
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8:50. twitter expected to obey a court order today to turn over tweets from an occupy wall street protester to a judge in new york. now that protesters was among hundreds arrested -- arrested at the brooklyn bridge. twitter has been fighting the subpoena for those tweets. prosecutors in man hat -- manhattan dispute claims that police lead the demonstrators on the bridge's roadway just to arrest them for blocking traffic. nine minutes -- nine minutes before 9:00. it's a situation we've been following since 4:30. it's an overnight crash that has caused a lot of problems. we'll have a lot live -- we'll have ha live update. we're looking outside the window. look at the traffic. tal will take one final look at the bay bridge traffic.
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33,000 pipe in 17 villages are being told. an overnight crash in hayward knocked out power. there are -- around 1:00 this morning, a car knocked out a
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power pole on campus drive. tara moriarty has been there since 4:30 this morning. >> reporter: around 1:00 this morning, a woman driving a minivan crashed into the utility pole, the pole fell, snagging high voltage wires. also caught off -- cut off cable and phone service. witness says the woman kept driving disoriented but she did stop. >> as soon as we heard the popping nose, the power went out -- noise, the power went
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out. police would not confirm in the woman was arrested for dui but she was taken into custody. hazmats crews are on the scene. close to some bus stops for school and traffic was starting to pick up but any have blocked off the streets in a pretty wide radius. as far as the costs of this damage, at first estimate, we were hearing 15,000, now we're hearing about 30,000 and the driver who is responsible about be -- will be the one to pay for it all. tara moriarty, thank you. let's check in one more time with sal. >> it's getting busier now. some of the late morning crowd getting in there. you will see northbound 880 slowing down. as you can see, northbound 880en is out the -- is on the right.
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we don't have a crash reported along the stretch. let's take a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. that's a nice improvement we've had. it was backed up almost all morning for a 20, 25-minute delay. now it's thinned out and these things tend to happen. 580 westbound. slow in livermore. if you are driving on 880 and hayward, southbound near a street there is a minor crash there. there are air delays reported at san francisco international airport up to about an hour today. let's go to steve. >> a much bigger fog bank. >> there's fog out towards core dealial and fairfield. it will cool down today. >> very quiet here. >> when you say quiet -- >> no extreme one way or another. >> usually the city -- >> yeah. >> no signed of -- no sign of
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northeast wind por -- >> no rain? >> no rainp. >> that's our report. we thank you for choosing to watch us today. we'll have more at noon on the bomb threat at the universities. we're always here for you.
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